“Y oung Hyde Park male seeks other young males to get it on with.” A phone number followed, along with the young man’s availability: days, as well as Friday and Saturday. The Chicago Reader’s first explicitly gay content came not in a blistering exposé, music feature, or show review, but in the classifieds, the backpages […]
The founder of Body Politic died in December, but the seeds he planted 50 years ago played an immeasurable role in the growth of Chicago’s small theater scene.
“Endless Summer” at the MCA and more goings-on 3/19-3/22
The way out of the closet began with a strike against American fascism.
Take out the lines about slavery and replace them with more uplifting lyrics from an equally famous poem.
Haymarket’s published version of Steppenwolf’s This is Modern Art selectively excerpts some of the play’s reviews.
Detroit Junior worked with Little Mack Simmons and Howlin’ Wolf, but it was his deep catalog of original songs that made him beloved in the blues world.
The Tribune‘s longtime drama critic wins a prestigious Nathan Award.
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The greatest tribute we can pay to Mayor Jane Byrne is to elect a new mayor!
Chicago Opera Theater is fleshing out its double bill of Ullmann and Orff with Chaplin.
Chris Jones publishes an anthology of Chicago Tribune theater criticism.
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